Diamonds, Millersburg

A simple but effective design consisting of large diamonds bordered with a sort of zipper effect. Green is the most often seen color. Pitchers are on the small side, about 7 inches tall.

Hartung Book Two: Diamond Tumbler
Hartung Book Nine: Diamond Pitcher

Tumblers

Amber, 80 (2001)

Amethyst, 20, 25, 30, 50 (all 2011),
   18, 30, 35, 50 (all 2012), 40 (2014),
   15, 20 (both 2015)

Aqua/teal, 30 (2009), 45 (2012)

Green, 15, 25 (both 2012),
   35, 45 (both 2013), 28, 37 (both 2014),
   15, 20, 35 (all 2015), 20 (2016), 20 (2017)

Marigold, 25 (2012), 5, 30 (both 2013),
   47 (2014), 25, 30, 45 (all 2015),
   13, 20 (both 2016)
Water sets, 7 piece

Amethyst, 500 (2004), 325 (2010),
   275 (2013), 360 (2014)

Amethyst, 5 piece, 700 (2008),
   300, 475 (both 2012), 225 (2016)

Green, 400 (2012), 270 (2013), 250 (2014),
   200 (2015)

Green, no spout on pitcher, 1,050 (2008)

Green, 5 piece, 325 (2010), 375 (2014)

Marigold, 350 (2006), 500 (2008), 225 (2013),
   175 (2016)

Water pitchers

Amethyst, 125, 160 (2009), 165 (2010),
   70 (2014), 200 (2015),
   95, 125, 250, 270, (all 2016), 135 (2017)

Aqua, 350 (2006), 225, 240 (both 2008)

Green, 110, 165 (both 2011), 105 (2012),
   130 (2013), 75, 140 (both 2014), 175 (2015),
   55, 90, 130 (all 2016), 105, 160 (both 2017)

Marigold, 225 (2010), 235 (2012), 100 (2014),
   15 (2016), 85 (2017)

The marigold spittoon whimsey above was made from a tumbler and is one of two known. It sold for $7,000 in 1994 and for $14,000 in 2007. Another sold for $8,000 in 2011. The other sold in 2010 for $4,400. There are very few examples of the punch bowls and bases known; one each in green and marigold, one or two in amethyst. An amethyst example sold in 1995 for $3,700; either this one or another sold in 2002 for $6,000 (with a small chip on the collar base), and in 2010 for $5,500. Also in 2010, green and marigold punch bowls and bases sold for $4,200 and $4,000 respectively. On eBay in 2004 a base to a green punch set sold for $406. In 2017 a green punch bowl and base with an internal crack sold for $2,900. No punch cups are known to exist.

Updated 7/21/2017